The structure's bright colours come alive at night, when lit from within

The 2015 Serpentine Pavilion, designed by young Spanish firm SelgasCano, officially opens today, in London's Kensington Gardens.

SelgasCano projeta pavilhão da Serpentine Gallery 2015

Image 1 of 1 from gallery of Serpentine Director Julia Peyton-Jones Steps Down After 25 Years. Photograph by Iwan Baan

Crocheted art for children to play in. This amazing installation was created by Japanese textile and fibre artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam.

Hand-crocheted art that kids can climb around in! This amazing installation was created by Japanese textile and fibre artist Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam.

Aeropolis by Plastique Fantastique, a Berlin collective.   Inflatable Architecture Airs In The Streets of Copenhagen

Aeropolis by Plastique Fantastique, a Berlin collective. Inflatable Architecture Airs In The Streets of Copenhagen

weaving carbon fiber pavilion university of tokyo T ADs team designboom

by combining carbon fiber rods and a stretchable membrane, a complex interior space can be created without conventional formwork.

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Spacebuster is a mobile inflatable structure that serves as an entirely portable, expandable pavilion. The pavilion is comprised of an inflatable bubble-like dome that emerges from its self-contained.

Pavilion in France by SelgasCano

Spanish architect firm Selgascano has created a transparent installation that stretches across the entirety of the paved courtyard in the Fondation d’entreprise Martell in Cognac, France.

A root system sprouts from the concrete foundations of this house installation that dangles from a crane.

Roots trail from house suspended above a construction site by Leandro Erlich

Serpentine Gallery- each Summer the gallery invites an international architect, who has not built in London yet, to build a Summer pavillion. Last year was a multicolour cocoon, wonder what this year will be! Free

Serpentine Gallery- each Summer the gallery invites an international architect, who has not built in London yet, to build a Summer pavillion. Last year was a multicolour cocoon, wonder what this year will be!

Dale Chihuly / Persian Ceiling, 2012, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

Dale Chihuly / Persian Ceiling, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

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An inflatable pavilion that looks like a soap bubble, by Plastique Fantastique

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